This course requires 2 options.

12 Child and Family Studies (12CHI)

Course Description

Teacher in Charge: Tamara Yuill Proctor

12 Child and Family Studies

The theme of this course is A Child’s World and its Influences. This course is designed for students who want to learn about children and the issues facing families today. Gain knowledge, skills and attitudes to prepare for further study in early childhood and other related fields.

Course Components

  • Determinants of Health, as it relates to young children
  • Construct and use play resources and learn the importance of play in child development
  • Research into Community Support Services
  • Introduction to Child Development
  • Self-management skills for learning and household conservation
  • Acquire skills necessary to start to provide quality interactions essential for a child’s  development

Recommended Prior Learning

Entry Requirements

Genuine interest in children and 10 credits in a Level 1 language-rich subject

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery

Take Home Component Cost

Description Type Value
Take Home Component Non-Voluntary $100.00

Assessment Information

Possible Credits
External - 0 credits
Internal - 18 credits